We came by for lunch since it was nearby. The restaurant is located at the train station which was interesting. Keep an eye out for the sign on the road. The place isn't very big but they do have a few tables outside too.
We were able to get a table inside without booking. The menu is interesting, particularly their flying noodles, but that requires pre-ordering. We grabbed a few items to share. The char kweh tiew was nice here. It has lardon in it so it was that nice flavour. The wok hei wasn't very strong though. We also got the salted egg kumara and that was quite nice. The lamb curry was interesting as it came out in a sizzling hotpot. The flavour was quite nice and the lamb was fairly tender.
The food here is quite nice. It is a great place if you like Malaysian dishes. There were a few other items here that did look interesting, particularly the flying noodles.
Great food, friendly service. 4.5 stars.
Ordered the CKT which was pretty authentic, missing the lapcheong but otherwise pretty good. Rojak, omg ive missed this! Id order it take away if i had time. Poached chicken was great too!
Pricing and portions makes it very attractive to drive out this way for a meal.
Negative was the decor, but thats what u get for a converted train station.
That aside, very good food and friendly staff, will have to come back to try the other dishes, wish it was in the shore!
Not bad xial.
Curry laksa ok ok very flavorful but Santan covered most of the taste.
Very special location as it's within the old train station
Service is fast. Food is great. Feels like home
Tan Qi Yong
A small makan-makan (eating place) beside the train station. Highly recommended if you want to try Malaysian Food! Sedap (delicious)! Must try - Rojak, Nasi Goreng, Sambal and Malaysian Coffee (Kofi Panas)
Went back here. Tried Kampung Style Gold Friend Rice and Sweet and Sour Fish. Try the Milo Dinosaur. Yum!
Great taste for curry mee and prawn mee, satay chicken was juicy & tender, CKT has got the wok-hei and roti is fluffy. Their beef rendang and sambal is a little sweet (not catering for msians). There's some value for $ dishes.